Saturday, November 10, 2012

Bread Rasmalai Recipe - How to make easy rasamalai

Bread Rasmalai Recipe
Rasmalai is my fav anytime and I love to finish my meal/dinner with it. Ever since I started making rabri on my own I have been trying different combinations with it.Especially on sundays after our heavy biryani lunch, I crave for some milk based desserts and on one such day made this easy bread rasmalai....They are not only easy they are guilt-free too comparatively.
The method is almost the same as making of rasmalai except that we replace the rasgullas with bread slices and enjoy the bread rasgullas in the rabri :)
Bread Rasmalai Recipe

Bread Rasmalai Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 30 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Dessert | Recipe Cuisine: Indian

Bread - 4 slices
Milk - 2 cups
Ghee - 1 tsp
Condensed milk - 2 tbsp
Sugar - 1/4 cup
Mixed Nuts(pista,cashews and badam)-2 tbsp chopped
Saffron - 4 strands
Cardamom powder - 1/4 tsp (optional)

Method:

  1. Take a wide heavy bottomed vessel, grease it with little ghee and add condensed milk + milk. Bring to a boil and reduce to medium flame. Keep stirring till the milk starts thickening and reduced to half.Meanwhile take 2 tbsp of warm milk, add saffron strands and crush it well, keep aside.
    How to make rajma masala - Step1
  2. Now add the saffron milk to the boiling and keep stirring. Then add the sugar and keep stirring. The mixture is called rabri and it tastes divine by itself :)
    How to make rajma masala - Step2
  3. Keep in sim and stir it till it reduces in volume.Fry the nuts in ghee and add it to the rabri and mix well. Add cardamom powder and give a quick mix.
    How to make rajma masala - Step3
  4. Once the rabri is thick switch it off and refrigerate it. Meanwhile take bread slices, trim the corners. Take a small lid and press it gently on the bread slices into small circles. At the time of serving take a bowl add the rabri and drop the bread rounds.
    How to make rajma masala - Step4
Delicious easy bread rasmalai ready in minutes. Serve it always cold!
Bread Rasmalai Recipe

My Notes:

  • Chill the rabri until serving time. Also do not pre-soak bread, just add it while serving.
  • You can even toast the bread slightly in ghee then add it to the rabri.
  • You can also 1 tbsp milk powder for thickness and flavour.
Bread Rasmalai Recipe

32 comments:

  1. Yummy dessert! :) So very tempting!

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  2. what a lovely idea :) and they look real to me :P thanks for sharing Sharmilee

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  3. lovely dessert dear... today i prepared rasmalai as per your method with some modification... it came out very well....
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  4. That's a wonderful idea looks too good. Easy dessert to impress the guests !!

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  5. Innvoative idea and will sure satisfy ur rasmalai craving

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  6. These look super cute! If u didnt mention its made of bread, no one wud knw :D Awesome idea :)

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  7. yummy dessert.. Great option
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  8. Lovely!Saute the bread slices in a bit of ghee till crisp and you have shahi tukda!

    Have a safe and happy Diwali!

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  9. wow very tempting recipe,luks gr8!

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  10. never had bread rasmalai, very curious how it will taste

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  11. Innovative recipe,great idea,looks so yum

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  12. What a clever idea Sharmi. Nice clicks

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  13. Lovely dessert.. this is my go to dessert.. an easier version of the rasmalai (at least for me).. looks really superb!

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  14. Innovative idea..easy version of rasmalai

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  15. A keeper recipe.mind blowing idea.love it.

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  16. Never heard of this before. Very interesting! Just love your clicks . They are so neat nd perfect! Happy Diwali!

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  17. Delicious dessert!!! simple to make too :)

    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  18. Simply drooling here, gr8 idea Sharmi, lovely presentation!!!
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  19. mouthwatering!!!! looks so inviting and delicious!! am bookmmarking it!!
    Sowmya
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  20. Super quick and highly irresistible bread rasmalai..Loving it;

    Diwali wishes to you and your family.

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  21. It tastes really yummy :) I tried it :)

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  22. Nice idea..easy and tasty...Looks divine
    I hope I get some time to make some sweets for Diwali...
    ~LifeScoops

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  23. super quick and easy Rasmalai recipe, very nice idea...thanks for sharing!!
    Wishing u all a very Happy Diwali :)

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  24. Wish you & your family a very happy Deepavali!

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  25. @Smilelicious : Saffron flavour is the highlight of this kheer but if you dont like it just skip it

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  26. if i want to add milk powder, when should i add?

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